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Use "Undelete" mode to recover deleted files from a damaged hard drive.
Use "Unformat" mode to recover lost files after format damaged hard disk .
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When a hard disk drive is damaged it almost always comes down to one of two things that are wrong. Either the electronics are bad or the heads have failed. Damaged hard drive recovery involves repairing the parts that are broken and then accessing the data stored on the platters. The image below shows details of what hard drive parts look like as well as a close up of the platters and head assembly on a working hard drive .
Most computer users thought that hard drive is the most hard to crash or damaged device that compared with Windows operating systems. As we know, hard disk has its own file system, like NTFS and FAT32 in recent years, and Exfat in the past. These file system manages files that stored on hard disk, arranging them and giving the right location when Windows want to use. They are extremely hard to crash in common condition.